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A U.S. Army Soldier, assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters

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A U.S. Army Soldier, assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters

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A U.S. Army Soldier, assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Co., 1st Special Forces Group (airborne), jumps from a Blackhawk helicopter over Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., August 21, 2020. The helicopter was crewed by C Co. "Crazy Hawks", 2-158th Assault Helicopter Battalion, 16th Combat Aviation Brigade, 7th Infantry Division. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Adeline Witherspoon, 16 CAB PAO)

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